The Shepherd Lord Fact or Fiction

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A Bank holiday read or a book for Fathers Day, this Faction is an interesting cross between fact and fiction. The historical embellishments are entertaining.

Product Description from Amazon
‘Young Henry Clifford, heir to vast estates in the North of England, is spirited away after the Battle of Towton for fear that the Yorkists will take his life in reprisal against his father’s actions. He is brought up as a simple shepherd boy so that his noble background does not betray his true identity. Narrated by the shepherd that raised him until it was safe to reveal his true identity and reclaim his birthright, this is a riveting tale contrasting a life on the run against an idyllic pastoral backdrop. It is a tale of identity, roots and nurture one of an unbreakable and everlasting bond that develops between two people from very different backgrounds. A true story, that has been all but ignored for centuries and is now bursting to be told.’

From the Publisher
The Shepherd Lord is a fascinating, but largely forgotten episode from medieval English history, rummaged from the shadows of two dusty poems and brought back to life. Set in the 15th century, against the backdrop of the Wars of the Roses, it is the story of Henry Clifford, the aristocrat who was raised as a shepherd.

This is a work of fiction but set on a firm basis of well-researched historical fact. The important issue in this type of novel is how well the author has rendered the tale as a dramatic adventure. The answer, in this case, is very well indeed. It’s an involving and deeply human story of danger, companionship, high emotions and all the other elements required of a gripping tale.

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3 Responses to The Shepherd Lord Fact or Fiction

  1. Patrick Carter June 13, 2011 at 6:09 am #

    I read this book after hearing about it on YouTube. Its totally absorbing and gripping. I guarantee you won’t be able to put this down!!!

  2. George Peter Algar June 13, 2011 at 6:43 am #

    Thanks very much for mentioning my book, that’s very kind of you. E-mail me your address and I’ll send you a signed copy as a thank you.

  3. Dave Brotherton August 6, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

    excellent read,couldn,t put the book down, great stuff

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